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Sausage Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Zambezi River, at the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park, in Zambia.

Accommodation consists of eight Bedouin-style white canvas tents (including one larger unit for families), discreetly positioned along the riverbank and shaded by mature sausage and mahogany trees. Tents come with spacious beds, private open-air bathrooms and each has its own personal butler to attend to your every whim.

The Lower Zambezi National Park is renowned for its picturesque scenery and some of the finest game viewing anywhere on the continent. Game viewing is available by 4WD game drives (both day and night), canoe safari or on foot, all accompanied by knowledgeable and experienced guides. Wildlife includes (to name just a fraction of it) solid numbers of leopard, lion and hyena, plus waterbuck, wild dog, jackal and rich birdlife. Elephants can often be seen wading across the Zambezi to the Zimbabwean side.

Other activities include excellent sport fishing for tiger fish, and sundowner drinks on the river. The camp's chef prepares delicious three-course meals that are enjoyed under the African sky, to a chorus of hippopotami and croaking frogs.

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All the open-air bathrooms at the camp have a 'loo with a view'

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Itineraries that feature Sausage Tree Camp

Best for: Couples
South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi Safari
Home to one of the natural wonders of the world and a wealth of game, Zambia is a fantastic destination for both scenery and safari lovers. Create...
11 Days
From £5,390pp

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